There is no »fix all with one click« software on the whole world. You need to learn at least basic software functions like you need to learn everything you do in your life. Life is a learning process.
I started with Corel Paint shop pro and later moved to Photoshop with it's ACR plugin (RAW converter).
At the moment I use: Photoshop+ACR, Lihtroom, DxO Optics Pro, Capture One Pro, Topaz Labs plugins, Imagenomic plugins and NIK plugins and I didn't get the knowledge how to use all this software during my night sleep. I had to learn.
When starting with Paint Shop I figured most functions by myself and the rest I got it from Google.
When I moved to Photoshop I knew the basics but I also had to learn because Paint Shop to Photoshop is not 1:1. I don't know all Photoshop functions and tricks but I know enough to get me where I want with my photos. And If I don't, I just type in the Google: »how you do this and that in Photoshop«.
There are also books and Youtube tutorials.
Photoshop is not hard to learn; you just need to put in some effort.
Lightroom is far from my favourite software but I guess it's a good start and it has most of the tools to get you from RAW to final photo. Later you can add Photoshop if you'll need it.
On the other side; ACR plugin for Photoshop has the same functions as Lightroom except catalogs. If you get Photoshop with ACR you can do the same and much more as with Lightroom.
There is also free photo software. If you find this software good enough for most of your wotk, then why not. It's free. You can try it and wipe it from your PC if you don't like it.